The number of new homes needed to be built in Coventry over the next 16 years has been cut back closer to the figure originally put forward during consultation on the Local Plan.
Health and social care organisations across Coventry have joined forces to urge people to think twice before using emergency care.
Brown-lidded bin (garden waste) collections will begin again across the city – either next week or the week after depending on round schedules.
Pat Sullivan from Eastern Green was presented with a Good Citizen Award by the Lord Mayor yesterday, for her commitment to the local community.
Drop in at the Herbert to find out more about museum services for schools.
The Leader of Coventry City Council has welcomed news of a £1.53million funding boost to the city.
Coventry City Council is urging people to have their say over upcoming school terms and holiday dates.
The councillor responsible for transforming Coventry’s schools has promised to do the same for the city’s libraries service.
The Council this week introduced a new type of smartbin to the city centre in an effort to save money and reduce CO2 emissions.
A major part of the city centre is to be given a new lease of life as the Council is set to approve the sale of several buildings to Coventry University.
Work on the bridge deck at Junction 6 of the Coventry Ring Road has reached a couple of significant landmarks in the last week.
Councillors are set to approve a package of measures aimed at tackling a £24million cut in government grant for 2015/16 - the biggest ever year on year reduction in mainstream funding.
Coventry City Council’s Cabinet Member for Business, Enterprise and Employment says he is bitterly disappointed that Communities and Local Government Minister, Eric Pickles has turned down plans to develop a 700 acre site around Coventry Airport that could have created up to 10,000 jobs.
Coventry City Council has committed to increase the number of looked after children accessing council apprenticeships over the next two years.
FREE event for primary school teachers to try out new techniques, develop their creative talent and get inspiration to take back to the classroom. Cake, tea, coffee and goody bags included!
In September 2014, Coventry City Council agreed to work with partners to explore the feasibility of keeping a 50m competition pool within the city, if it could be technically possible and deliverable within the available financial resource.
A landlord has been fined after her property in Coventry was found to be contravening the Management of Houses of Multiple Occupation Regulations 2006.
Little Heath Primary School officially opened their new extension last night (5 February), at a ribbon-cutting ceremony joined by a number of guests of honour.
Another free Magic Mile event will take place in Longford Park on Sunday 15 February where anyone can join in and ‘do’ the mile however they want.
A tribute to six people for their outstanding contribution to Coventry turned into a tribute to the city they all love at a special ceremony at the Guildhall this week.
Confirmation of voter registration letters will be dropping through doors across Coventry soon and residents are being urged to make sure that they are registered.
The new owner of Cathedral Lanes has agreed deals to bring three major national brands to the development which it is transforming into a new restaurant and bar quarter.
The Council is inviting local residents and road users to attend a ‘drop-in shop’ in the city centre, where they can find out more about upcoming improvement works in the city.
Coventry City Council is to honour six people for their outstanding contribution to Coventry at a special award ceremony on Tuesday (3 February).
Coventry students in sixth forms and colleges have achieved record results, latest performance figures have revealed.
Special exhibition-themed art sessions now available for schools.
70 candles to be lit across UK to mark 70th anniversary of liberation of Auschwitz
A magical evening in February will see Coventry Libraries transformed into Hogwarts for a book night with a Harry Potter theme.
The annual Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration takes place in the Lower Precinct, Coventry on the 27 January at 12.45 until 1.30pm.
The Lord Mayor of Coventry is to follow in the pen strokes of her predecessor from 1865 and write to America in tribute to Abraham Lincoln to mark the anniversary of his death – and she needs your help.